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American Banjo Museum

American Banjo Museum

in Music

The American Banjo Museum is a $5 million, world-class 21,000 sq foot facility honoring the rich history, vibrant spirit and unlimited future of the banjo. The museum’s collection contains more than 400 instruments, recordings, film, video, printed music, instructional materials, ephemera and memorabilia associated with the banjo. The museum contains the largest collection in the world of banjos on public display.

Guyutes

Guyutes

in Eclectic

If you haven't heard yet, there's a new restaurant in the Uptown 23rd District called Guyutes, and we're serving up a gourmet menu from lunch to late night in a laid back atmosphere. Named after the Phish song, Guyute, the restaurant offers elevated street food made with local ingredients. The kitchen is open until 1:30 a.m. with menu items such as Gimme the Beat hummus, The Disco Biscuit, The Return of the Mac burger, Tequila Sunfryz and The Walfredo Pizza.

Stockyard Sarsaparilla

Stockyard Sarsaparilla

in Candy, Candy Store

Stepping into Stockyards Sarsaparilla is like taking a step back in time. A slower pace, nostalgia candies, western themed gifts, and an ice-cold sarsaparilla, serve as a special treat and a look back in time. Ice Cold Soda Pop and nostalgia candy! A fun, family friendly place to take you back in time! Plus a great selection of Gifts, Stockyards City T-Shirts, western-themed books, Oklahoma and Route 66 souvenirs and gifts.

Oklahoma Sports Hall of Fame

Oklahoma Sports Hall of Fame

in Museum, Museum, Museum

Founded in 1986, the Oklahoma Sports Hall of Fame became a part of the Jim Thorpe Association in 1989. Our mission is to encourage excellence through sports, academics, health and fitness; preserving our sports heritage while building pride in Oklahoma in the spirit of Jim Thorpe. Currently, 152 Oklahoma sports figures, and two “teams of legend” have been inducted into the Hall of Fame, and nearly 150 are on the list of nominees.

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